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Has Social Media made Grieving Easier?


Regular readers of our blog will know that I lost my mum to cancer almost 15 years ago. Even now I have days when the feelings of grief and loss are almost too much to bear – like this week when I have a poorly little boy at home and am really busy with work and all I want to do is pick up the phone and call my mum – and in one of those times I liked group on Facebook called “Motherless Daughters”. It sounds like a really depressing group doesn’t it? But actually it’s just somewhere that women like me, who have lost their mums, can get some support and talk about what losing your mum really means to us ladies, such as who do we turn to when we have our own children?


Farewell Summer Sun


It seemed like it would last forever, with warm sunny days stretching into October, but inevitably autumn arrived and it seemed such a shock the other weekend when temperatures dropped to the average for this time of year and suddenly we have rainy windy days and darker evenings. How did that happen?

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My Baby is Growing Up


Starting primary school is a huge milestone in our lives, it's our first move into being a "big boy" or "big girl", an acknowledgement that we're growing up. But as a mum, I now realise that this milestone is in fact a much bigger one for parents.

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Does Facebook (et al) Make you Happy?


How often do you check your Facebook account? Or Twitter, Instagram, Google+, or any of the plethora of social media networks around? Do you rely on them for affirmation and a sense of belonging? Isn't that what keeps us going back for more? So do we rely on our social media networks for the way they make us feel?

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Is Keeping Calm and Carrying On the best option?


It's a thoroughly British phrase isn't it? More than 70 years ago "Keep Calm and Carry On" was created as one of three propaganda poster slogans produced by the British government in the run-up to World War II. The other two were used, but "Keep Calm" was kept in reserve only to be used in times of true crisis and never actually came to use.


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